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Jan 20, 2013 8:00pm EST
one that was reflective of post paul -- both politics. the tax reform act. i enabled it to be lower for everyone. the compromise that fixed social security for years. a benefit to cut and tax increases. that was bipartisan leadership that we needed and had. his service to our country and the terrible wounds he suffered gave him a tremendous strength. he understood what it meant to put country first. people knewar twii that. we do not have that some much now. >> how did you become head of the corporation? >> i had served in the bus administration. -- bush administration. i had a son and we adopted a daughter from china. i wanted more time with my family. i got a call from the bush administration. the new york state banking supervisor -- >> the girlfriend of the mayor. >> i never got the details. i think it is terrible to try to penalize somebody because they're companion is on gun control. that did not go through. they called me if i -- and ask if i were interested. i had served on the fdic. with my dole connections, they were eager to get someone in place. the predecessor had alread
Jan 14, 2013 6:00am EST
from a social security point of view because they pay a lot of taxes and do not end up consuming many of them. many immigrants come in and only want to work here for 10 years and then move back to their home countries. people might say, is it not humane to pay them the authority to not pay and benefits? it is more inhumane to not help them. >> how many americans are libertarians? >> self describe libertarians, depending on which poll you look at, you might get 10% or 15%. if you give people a battery of questions, do you believe in x and y, depending on which poll you look at, you get up 30% of americans. if you ask the following question -- are you economically conservative but socially liberal? -- you get over half calling themselves saying that is what they are. that said, just because people say these things, it does not necessarily mean they believe them. if you ask most americans if they want smaller government, they say yes. if you want the government to spend less money, they say yes. they do not want to cut anything on the budget. it is not clear they really believe in it. i
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